15 February 1998 THE LITHUANIAN PARLIAMENT unanimously amended the country’s criminal code in late December to allow prosecutors to try those accused of genocide regardless of the condition of their health. The amendment opens the way for the trial of Alesandras Lileikas, 90, who is accused of participating in Nazi atrocities, but whose trial has […]

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